Drinking tea and coffee can be helpful if you want to melt belly fat and prevent diseases like type 2 diabetes.
This was revealed in a medical study in the UK.
A study from Imperial College London found that high levels of caffeine in the blood reduced the risk of diabetes while helping people maintain a healthy weight.
In fact, the researchers said that low-calorie (sugar and dairy-free) caffeinated beverages may be used to prevent obesity and type 2 diabetes, but more research is needed.
He said that if caffeinated drinks are high in sugar and fat, there are no positive effects on health.
The study examined previous research that indicated that drinking 3 to 5 cups of coffee per day (averaging 75 to 150 mg of caffeine) reduced the risk of type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease. Is.
The researchers said it was difficult to prove from older research reports that caffeine or which compounds had health benefits.
To find out, the new study used genetic evidence to determine the effects of the drink.
The research discovered 2 types of genes that speed up caffeine metabolism and predict body weight and fat loss from caffeine in the blood.
Researchers discovered that losing body weight reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes.
He said that more research is needed in this regard to know whether drinking large amounts of coffee helps people to maintain a low body weight or not.
“Right now, we can’t tell people to start drinking large amounts of coffee or tea for weight loss, because excessive consumption of both of these drinks can have negative effects,” he said.
He said that the high consumption of these drinks may affect the sleep of some people, some may face the problem of increased heart rate.
The results of the study were published in the journal BMJ Medicine.